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Danny Welbeck to join Reading on loan?

Today, The Sun newspaper in the UK are reporting that Danny Welbeck is set for a move to Reading in a loan move for the rest of the 2012/2013 season.

The report says that the loan spell will be penned before Manchester United’s fixture against Liverpool this coming Sunday after Welbeck has fell out of favour for a first-team place at the club.

Currently you would say that Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez are all ahead of Welbeck as first choice for Sir Alex Ferguson, and with Shinji Kagawa in the position just behind the striker, opens up more options for the United boss.

Reading manager Brian McDermott has reportedly to have made an inquiry to Manchester United regarding Welbeck and that the club are willing to let him go to the Madejski Stadium on loan.

We would take this rumour with a pinch on salt as it is being reported in The Sun, Welbeck is a fantastic squad player, no doubt that the arrival of Robin van Persie has put his progression through our first-team back slightly but can’t imagine us loaning him out.

No doubt Sir Alex Ferguson will be asked around the rumour at his weekly press conference on Friday.

Meanwhile, Davide Petrucci and Scott Wootton are set to move to Peterborough United on loan till the end of the season to help out Sir Alex Ferguson’s son, Darren.

 


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5 replies on “Danny Welbeck to join Reading on loan?”

i would sell him i cant see him majing it at utd he is slipping down all ready needs to many touches to control the ball then the chance is gone no way should he be an international player

The coach been sir alex know the best 4 him as a manager,as 4 my own advice wellbeck is still good 4 manchester united despert the good performance of chicharito and rvp,and also to add ,am a full manchester united fans who based in portharcourt (rivers state)NIGERIA,and my advice to the manager is this,he should go and buy a mildfielders when i say mildfielders it does’nt mean fake one’s but quality one’s just like paul schooles before the transfer window is over,up man utd 4 ever

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